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Coronavirus live updates: U.S. reports more than 200,000 new cases and 100,000 hospitalizations for first time

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The United States has reported more than 13.9 million coronavirus cases and 272,000 fatalities since February.
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But so far there is no proposal to bring back large numbers of students.
Burnout is stalking the country’s nursing homes. Even as the novel coronavirus peaks yet again, remaining staffers are worn out, resentful and yet holding on, because, many say, their patients need them.
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IBM security researchers said the “precision targeting of executives and key global organizations hold the potential hallmarks of a nation-state tradecraft.”
Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones tested positive for the coronavirus this week after recently being exposed to a colleague, according to a statement on Wednesday from the sheriff’s office.
The couple, who boarded a United Airlines plane traveling from San Francisco, have since been charged with reckless endangerment.
The raucous scene of about 400 demonstrators in front of Mac’s Public House on Wednesday night came a day after plainclothes city sheriff’s deputies busted the bar.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler apologized Wednesday for taking the trip to Mexico and setting a poor example as coronavirus cases spiked across Texas.
Despite a resurgence in the virus, South Korea is plowing ahead with a high-stakes exam for half a million students.
As the coronavirus vaccine race heats up, poor countries could be left behind.
More than 13.8 million coronavirus cases and 272,000 fatalities have been reported in the United States since February.
Reliever Sean Gilmartin, a free agent who played last season for the Tampa Bay Rays, reportedly had a policy on mask-wearing in the White House briefing room pointed out to him by a New York Times photographer.
Transition co-chair and former surgeon general are said to be among top candidates for health team
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Trump touted these covid-19 treatments as a ‘cure.’ But most people can’t easily receive them.
The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization to Regeneron and Eli Lilly’s coronavirus treatments.
Trump touted these covid-19 treatments as a ‘cure.’ But most people can’t easily receive them.
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